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... I had a bunionectomy 4 weeks ago. I've been wearing my surgical shoe and walking per my doctor's orders. The surgical shoe is REALLY hurting the rest of my foot. It's so hard and my heel is aching more than my sugery site. Is there anything I can wear instead at this point? ... (2 replies)
... I had bunionectomy on my right first metatarsal and fifth metatarsal on April 29. ... (4 replies)
... but I had the surgical shoe on and weight seemed to evenly distributed throughout the foot. ... (2 replies)

... I had a bunionectomy 6 days ago, been doing great, and just tripped in my living room, which resulted in a fall. ... (2 replies)
... Swelling has already gone down a bit as I can do up the surgical shoe a bit tighter than the day of surgery. ... (6 replies)
... icular, my feet would be in more and more pain after the end of a day. After a day hike I would now be limping. I got custom orthotics, bunion pads, and bunion shoe stretchers, which worked a little, but no longer enough. ... (6 replies)
... inside to straighten it out. That pin stuck out the top of the foot and made a right angle, like a hat pin with a little ball on the end. I have been wearing a surgical sandal. I also had a neuroma my doctor described as looking "like spaghetti" so he straightened that all out as well. Phew! ... (1 replies)
... September. I had the joint between the proximal and distal phalanges fused because I had hammertoes, and the results are terrific! I walked on my foot with a surgical shoe for 7 weeks, and now I am in tennis shoes. ... (21 replies)
... take because it caused my foot to swell and I spent the next three days again with ice and elevation. The swelling though gradually went away. I had to wear the surgical shoe for five weeks after which I was released to a tennis shoe. By week eight I was back into most of the shoes I had worn prior to surgery. ... (0 replies)
... I was really looking forward to. When I left on surgery day, I left with my foot bandaged and crutches, nothing else. I kept wondering why I didn't even get a surgical shoe. I have not put any weight on my foot until the boot. I find the boot is sooo uncomfortable, very painful on my foot where the pin is. Is this normal? ... (3 replies)
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... Nov 29, walked out of outpatient surgery with HUGE bandages and surgical walking shoes on both toes. ... (41 replies)
... ouse and drive or am I to still lay down mostly. My toes will be strapped for 1st 6 weeks as well. I will be full weight bearing for the final 6 weeks still in surgical shoe. ... (0 replies)
... I didn't even attempt to wear regular shoes at 7 weeks! I wore the boot for a month, then I had a surgical shoe for the second month. At 8 weeks I slowly began wearing slip on shoes for an hour or so each day until the swelling really went down. ... (8 replies)
... I'm anticipating my surgical shoe coming off next week. ... (0 replies)
... s on Friday and have a 5 wk follow up next week. I'm hoping to be able to get out of this boot at that time. I was never switched to the smaller, less cumbersome surgical shoe and I live in Florida and the boot has become unbearably uncomfortable. ... (149 replies)
... I haven't had this procedure but I can advise you that driving with a surgical shoe is illegal in some localities so you might want to check into that. ... (5 replies)
... I could have made it through work on crutches at about 4 weeks. I had the entire 10 week summer break to recuperate. I went back to work at 9 weeks still in a surgical shoe. Swelling was a problem the first week or so and then it settled down. ... (12 replies)
... don't tell the doc, but I may try them before then, just for driving, as the surgical shoe is a little awkward in my little car. I'm having to drive the big old SUV but I'm not complaining. ... (6 replies)
... and hopefully that will make me feel better. I actually want to go to the mall tonight and get some New Balance shoes or something. The doc wants me out of the surgical shoe now. I hope some shoe fits me..I know my foot is still alittle swollen but I gotta give it a try. ... (97 replies)




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